No charges laid in ‘explosive devices’ probe that shut down Ambassador Bridge, police say
TORONTO — Police in Windsor, Ont., say they are going to lay no costs in reference to the invention of doubtless explosive gadgets close to the U.S.-Canada border that led to the non permanent shutdown of the Ambassador Bridge.
Police say Canada Boarder Companies Company officers discovered two grenades submerged in an unknown white powder throughout a car inspection on the Ambassador Bridge on Monday morning.
The motive force of the car was detained, the encompassing space was evacuated and visitors on the bridge was suspended for a number of hours.
Windsor police say additional investigation confirmed the grenades had been inert and no direct threats had been made to individuals or locations in reference to the gadgets.
It additionally mentioned that the driving force, a person from america, didn’t have any intent to trigger hurt or use the grenades for “nefarious objective” and won’t face costs.
The Ambassador Bridge, which hyperlinks Windsor with Detroit, Mich., was totally reopened at 5 p.m. on Monday.
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